TOP 25:?No. 6 Duke 85, Utah State 52
Freshman Luke Kennard had the best game of his young career, scoring 22 points to help host Duke beat Utah State.
Grayson Allen also scored 22 points for the Blue Devils (6-1), who won their fourth straight game since losing to Kentucky.
Duke ran off the first 16 points of the second half and shot 64 percent after the break, turning an 11-point halftime lead into a blowout.
Duke shot a season-high 56 percent.
No. 25 SMU 77, Brown 69
Keith Frazier scored 23 points and made three 3-pointers to break out of his 3-point shooting slump and lead host SMU.
Brown’s Steven Spieth scored 14 points in his Dallas homecoming. He is the brother of top-ranked golfer Jordan Spieth. Markus Kennedy added 11 points for the Mustangs (4-0). Justin Massey scored 16 points for Brown (1-5).
No. 23 Xavier 90, Dayton 61
Edmond Sumner had 14 points to help Xavier beat Dayton in the AdvoCare Invitational title game in Lake Buena Vista, Fla.
Trevon Bluiett and Myles Davis had 12 points apiece, and J.P. Macura, Jalen Reynolds and Remy Abel each had 11 for Xavier (7-0).
Xavier broke open an eight-point halftime lead by outscoring Dayton 25-4 in the first 8 minutes of the second half.
No. 11 Arizona 68, Boise State 59
Allonzo Trier and Kadeem Allen scored 13 points each and Arizona beat Boise State in the third-place game of the DirecTV Wooden Legacy in Anaheim, Fla.
Ryan Anderson added 11 points and seven rebounds, and Gabe York and Mark Tollefsen added 10 points each for Arizona.
Alabama 74, No. 17 Notre Dame 73
Retin Obasohan scored 19 points, including the winning layup with 8 seconds left, in Alabama’s upset win over Notre Dame in the fifth-place game at the AdvoCare Invitational in Lake Buena Vista, Fla.
Notre Dame had a chance to win it with 2 seconds remaining, but Demetrius Jackson’s layup was off the mark.
Shannon Hale also had 19 points for Alabama (4-2)
Notre Dame (4-2) got 18 points from Steve Vasturia.
BIG TEN:?No. 7 Oklahoma 65, Wisconsin 48
Ryan Spangler had 20 points and 14 rebounds for host Oklahoma.
Spangler made 7-of-9 shots, including 2-of-3 3-pointers, and fell just short of his career high of 21 points. Isaiah Cousins added 14 points for the Sooners (4-0).
Nigel Hayes had 20 points and 11 rebounds for the Badgers (4-3).
Iowa 84, No. 20 Wichita State 62
Jarrod Uthoff scored 22 points, Adam Woodbury had 15 and Iowa beat Wichita State in the seventh-place game at the AdvoCare Invitational.
Mike Gesell added 14 points for Iowa (4-2). Eric Hamilton led Wichita State (2-4) with 14 points.
Short-handed Wichita State played without forward Anton Grady. He is at an area hospital recovering from what doctors believe is a spinal cord concussion that happened during a collision with an Alabama player Friday.
MID-AMERICAN:?Middle Tennessee 78, Toledo 70
Reggie Upshaw had 18 points, Giddy Potts added 15 and Middle Tennessee held off Toledo in the Great Alaska Shootout championship Saturday night.
Darnell Harris’ 3-pointer with 1:04 left gave the Blue Raiders (4-1) a 72-63 lead. Jonathan Williams answered with a 3 for Toledo 17 seconds later, but Jaqawn Raymond made four free throws and Perrin Buford added two more.
Raymond finished with 13 points and Buford joined Upshaw and Potts on the All-Tournament Team.
Bowling Green 96, Urbana 55
Spencer Parker and Matt Fox scored 15 points apiece and host Bowling Green made 14 3-pointers in a victory over Urbana.
They only missed two shots combined, and Fox made five 3-pointers.
It was tied at 26 before Bowling Green closed the first half on a 16-4 run for a 42-30 lead. The Falcons made their first seven field goals of the second half during a 15-0 run for a 59-32 lead. Parker and Wesley Alcegaire made back-to-back 3-pointers during the spurt.
Zack Denny had 13 points and eight rebounds for Bowling Green (4-2).
Mercer 68, Western Michigan 65
Stephon Jelks scored 14 points and Phillip Leonard made 3-of-4 free throws in the final 35 seconds to help Mercer beat Western Michigan for its third straight victory in the Challenge at Music City in Nashville, Tenn.
Western Michigan’s Tucker Haymond hit 1-of-2 free throws and, after a Mercer miss, Jared Klein made a layup to pull to 64-62 with 34 seconds left. Mercer went 3-of-4 from the line on its next two possessions and Klein hit a 3-pointer with 12 seconds left to make it 67-65.
Leonard then went 1-of-2 from the line and Haymond’s 3-pointer at the buzzer rimmed out.
Jordan Strawberry and Leonard added 10 points each for Mercer (6-1), which is off to its best start in over 30 years.